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I am new to German and I came across this sentence in a practice book. In reference to a couple's kitchen, a character says "die ist sehr groß". But from what I know, the sentence should have been "sie ist sehr groß" since "sie" is the personal pronoun for all nouns of feminine gender (and hence for (e)Küche).

Could someone please help me in this regard? Thanks in advance.

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    Hi @Parthu Shiva, I am pretty sure your question has already been answered here: german.stackexchange.com/questions/23024/… - the chosen answer has an example with "Der" instead of "Er" - "Die" and "Sie" for your kitchen work the same way here. – subrunner Apr 19 at 17:45
  • @subrunner, Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. From what I have understood, "die" is sometimes used as a demonstrative pronoun and thus can be used interchangeably with "sie". Could you please confirm if my understanding is right or not? – Parthu Shiva Apr 19 at 18:10
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    @ParthuShiva: yes, that's right, you got it. – HalvarF Apr 20 at 7:26
  • @HalvarF, Thanks a lot for the confirmation! – Parthu Shiva May 17 at 14:53

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